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CCT tA1 awft'fr'gw-
An assortment of dainty
Puff Tics -
Fancy Four-ln-hand, with
bow in white, blac
Bi:rT in Ahh counts.
DnLTH IN A I.I, KINDS OP LKATJIKII.
Hki.tsin mktai. Ai.h i'iuCks.
Iu fact, any kind of licit needed
will Ixj found in our stock.
An elaborate assortment of Htlak
Fins, Charms, Waist Hots, Cuff
Buttons. Cyrano Chains, .
Beauty Fln.s, each - - lC Up
Made of fine linen crash, latest cut.
i .25 to' 1.75
THOSE SOc WAISTS
Are tho lnsst values you
NEW WASH VEILS
Fluiu mesh, (lotted) and
35c to 1.25 each
J. J. DALRYMPLE & CO.
Out of Sight
You may IhiIIovo having
fitted with our flue
Hut your looks and sight will both
improved by our eyeglasses anil
yhen vour eyes have been tested,
una proper glasses luijusicu.
charge ior testing your sight, and
nrlcos for ulusses are reasonable.
Every pair of lenses, every frame,
ovory eye-glass, chain and hmtk, under
goes a careful limitation before leaving
my store, so that none butjierfeet gluhnes
All Glasses are worrcntcd.
O- H- HINGES
OKAIIUATi: HC1KNTIPIO OITR'IAN,
20 YKAIIH KXTKIIIICNCK.
OOO COMM1CKOIAI. ST.
The Daily Journal has
more subscribers in Sale n
and paid-up ones at tiiaj
than any other newspaper, a
DATES OF LOOAL EVENTS.
May 31 Juno 1 County Hunday
nohool convention at Marlon.
Juno Jl Intercollegiate Hold day.
June 11 Railroad conductors plaule
av I'ttlr Urounris.
Juno 13 Willamette University
Juno 15 Willunietto University
Juno 15 Uoiumoncomunt Salem
College of Muslu.
Juno 30. C'onymiimuniunt Interstate
Musical Conservatory, Ktta Anriurs-Wlll-man
July A Celebration ut Salem.
Fair tonight and Sunday.
PERSONAL AND LOCAL,
lion. J. II. Stump, of Stiver, Is In
F, Cassady, tif Albany, whs it Bnlwin
W. K. Thomas, of 6tuytu.it, wis a 8.
lem visitor today.
Rev. N. Hhupp was. a wsdugyr from
Albwiy via steamer.
Justice 8. 8. Bonn, of thu supreme
court Is in Portland,
Mm. M. J. Coleman, of Monmouth,
was a Salem visitor today otnuliig down
Mrs. L. I. Simpson, of Fortlund, who
hjs been out to Turner, overseeing wimo
vork on her lurgo prune orchard was a
passenger homo today via trimmer. Mrs.
Hamiwon says there will be no prunes to
dry this year on iter orchard, but that
tho orchard was belny put lit lino condi
tion for next year' tirop.
Soecial Drv Goods Sale
:Too Much Rain, Summer Goods Aust Go!
' ' .HiVlneh Dnwtt Percales. 7 cents a vurri.
Beet Quality Dress Crush, 7 conu yard.
Our Shoe Sale Still Goes on-Hundreds Sold, Still they. Go,
ICO JUHW CmUJKKXB 8II0KSANI0XIHUS WOfeVW A lALJt
960 JUIWJ LAtUKS WIIOJM' ArU OXHHU 78 WWTS A WH,
600 fAIKS MUlWt MIIOBN' AtiU OXKOKJW 100 CBNW A AlB,
IfVk UIIUl UlfV Mll.ltU lfSl IK.VTM A IUIU.
Wint Poor South of itofflc t 'f Jwhpilu Hquw of
Wilms Bros, 6b Compaq.
SOLE AQEKTS FOR BTANIUUD FATTBltNB,
Woman's M slin Underwear.'
All extra values.
Have you ever
Ijeen offered a
Bkirt for 45c.?
We have tlicm
all the way from
A few bargains left which will 1m
old to close out the lot at our
Famous Hale. Prices
Allthclatestflhapcs, inadoof crash,
fult and alpaca.
Now lines Just in.
silk lined. Dress
gloves In all
1.00 to 2.00 a pair.
GOL'D AND SILVER
NoWTsummcr styles and In hokIIkco,
silk front, tho latest.
Bov. N. Hhupp, went
to Fortlund this
Miss M. Krehs was a Fortlund pas
senger this afternoon.
Mrs. L. 0. McCoy was a passenger to
Cortland this ufteriionu.
W. A. Dove, of Liberty, went to Port,
laud this morning to work.
Mrs. Mary J. Cay, an Illinois lady,
loft today for a visit at Sublimity.
Newton Orlpplswont to Cathlamet,
Washington, to accept a position.
A. 0. Wilson wont to Portland today
to visit with relatives and friends.
The river Is steadily rising and now
stands 8.6feot nlxtvu low wutur mak.
AttorneV'denerul and Mrs. lllackburu
went to Albany to suud Memorial day.
Hev. and Mrs. J. L. Kroolund, of
Seattle, are guests of friends in the city.
Mrs. .1. 0. 1 owitrri. of Albany, Is a
guest at the home of Mrs. 8. F. Chad
Mrs. .1. Miller, went to Wheatland
this morning to visit friends and rela
tives. MlssOuhsIe Olosy left today for Halt
Lake to visit a sister and gain Isriter
Mrs. It. U. (loodln went to Portland
this morning via steamer to visit friends
Mrs. M. Williams and Mrs. K. StalUy
wero passengers to arrive home from
Miss Minnie Barrett was a passenger
to Portland today via steamer Pomona
to visit friends.
Miss GriuH) Btrtoklln went to Oregon
City today to visit at the home of K.
Mrs. M. Bridwoll, of Pullman, Wash.,
was an arrival on the Huth this morn
ng to visit friends.
It. It. Dormnti, of Lllrtrty, was a pas
souger to Portland this morning via
Mrs. F. I Sauvolu and daughter,
Minna, will spend this week lit l'ort
Irud visiting relatives and friends.
Miss Hdlth Vaughn of Ileppnor, ar
rived today to bo the guest of her sister,
Mrs. T. M. Jonus, on Hast Htate strict.
Dr. Philip Weaver, a specialist, who
recently ottinu to Salem went to New
buig this morning en professional
Mrs. (loo. Ilolbert was a pisseuger to
Fortlund this morning, and after u short
visit thoro will proceed to The Dulles to
SKiud some time.
Mrs, Mel Hamilton went to Albany to
day to deeorate thu grave of her fulhurl
Mr. M. I. Btitlth who tlltst ut Bulem
at out four years ago.
Mh Hthel llurkholder and tiudle
Hensloy wero ptutsengrs down on the
early morning bout Miss llouidoy bus
Ihhiu visiting friends tit 8alem.
W. Arthur llobblus, thu young 8alem
lawyer, who has established himself in
a proHirou prautloe at Fossil, Wheeler
county, is In the elty for a short vUlt.
Capaaln Wallace Maaiey of the!
mi I., n.ll.il. , i . . Ul
iviiiio ounr lino oi nieamcrB uiu
on the overland this morning having
1mA - -. A . t 1l.U.l fU QltMllnlf uttlft
captain Matuey is one of the substan-.Can
tlal rlvcrmen and in charge of theBalley
Gatzcrt and tho telephone plying be
tween Portland and Astoria.
Dr. J. W. Ransom, of Turner, leaves
Tuesdav to visit IiIh daughter Mrs. F. A.
McGovern, ofTustln, Mich., for about
six weeks. Dr. Hansom has been away
from his old home for going on twelve
years, 'luring which time ho bus won a
iwsitlon as 0110 of tho substantial citi
zens of Oregon.
Bev. Aaron Wiobe, of Paso Hobles,
Col., loft today for Irving to hold meet
ings. Ho concluded tho Monoiiito con
ference at Eugene May 21 with an at.
tendance of nlmtit forty memlx'rs. Ho
also held meetings at Datlus, these being
the three churches in Oregon.
Win, Clierrington, the former Halom
photographer, who Is now conducting a
music business In Portland, spent Hun
day In tho city attending to some mas
ters pertaining to tho work of tho Halom
school lmanl, of which ho Is still acting
as a mcmlsjr.
Attorney Spencer, referee In the Sav
age Mlnto gravel bar contest, on which
tho city of Salem Waterworks crib Is
located, Is in town today. He says no
briefs havo yet Iteen fllod by the lawyers
In the case.
A. W. Mitchell and family, of Morn
ingslde, has returned after a month
spent In the mountains above Mohanta
they went in for thu bonoflt of Mr,
Mitchell's health and the trip did him
Mr. John Henth came up to Hiilem
Hutiduy on thu excursion nod sisint thu
day with his 'daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Muxwell. Ho re,
turned In tho evening.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Moore were pas
sengers to Portland this morning, Mrs.
Mooro will proceed to r'urmhigtou,
Wash,, while Mr. Moore will vtslt iu
A. H. Fiiiniy, tho carpenter, went to
Falrlleld this morning to get his tools,
having been compelled to give up work
down there, owing to sickness in his
Amos Strong, chairman of the Salem
Citizens committee, and an extensive
mlno ojierator In Southern Oregon, re
turned Hunday morning from Myrtle
Miss Merle Davey, stenographer and
bookkeeper, with David M. Dunne A Co.,
Portland, cumu home Saturday evening
for 11 visit of a few days.
Geo. 0. Brownell went through tc
dny to Toledo and Corvalls at bth of
which places ho delivers Memorial
Master Chas. Darrah, of Turner, came
In this morning on bis way to Portland
to visit with his friend, Mrs. T. 1,.
A Pioneer's Funeral,
The funeral and burial of John 1),
Hurst, the pioneer miller, took place
from his home in Aurora, Sunday after
noon, and seldom has there been such
an tmmoiiHu cojirourse of friends and
neighbors In Marlon county for such' an
occaslen as assembled to do hint honor.
Having lteen a charter monitor of
Protection lodge No. 2, A. 0. V. W., of
Sttloin, .four of its past master work
men, Gideon StoU, J. A. Sell wood, J, M
Payne and Frank Da vey, went dowtj on the
afternoon train to conduct the funeral
exercises according to the rltuul of that
order. There wero visiting brothers
from tho lodges of Hubbard, ChuiniHH'g
and Cnnby, besides those of thu loeul
lodge, making an imposing procession
from the depot to the resldunce, and
thence to the cemetery, everything be
ing curried out In harmonious precision.
The religious exercises wero con
ducted by Uev. Mr. Smith, the Presby
terian pastor at Woodburn, who sjtoko
some llttlng ami pleasing words regard
ing the noble life of the riccoufed, who
was for years a devout inomlior of that
Thu Workmen exorcises, which are iu
inumseives very ncuuuiui ami expres
sive, uiro conducted by J. A. tiollwood,
ub mauler workman, mid J, M. Payne,
M past muHter, and Gideon StoU upoke
brielly of the fraternal life of the
Furinurs and tow n jteople, for many
miles u nm ml, were there and mingled
their tokens of sorrow with the bereaved
wife and three sons, whose grief was in
deed poignant. The fourth son, John P.,
is ut present In Cincinnati, O,
Mr. Hurst was Iu all respects a good
cltlion and a man of practical, moral
strength. He wax for several years a
Icuricr.lti the temperance unri prohibi
tion work, being an earnest advocate of
legislation to break the lulluenee of the
For Decoration Day
Flower bankets, full line of nil klnrie,
oo, unri up.
Flowerpots, and iuoxpeuslvo Jar
dinieres for grave riccomtUin,
Flags u few slio on bund at ixjpular
Men's Crash Hals
Men's soft eruh hats, men's bike
caps, men's bike belts, sweaters,
Iiowj, shoes, oto. Ourfl.flft line of
hike shoes am wonderful sellers, and
are giving the bot of saUsfAallou.
ThotM0nnri$2 llursaro top value.
We'd want nothing better tliun to
shqw you thesji goods. Thai are,
from Iilce A llutohlus, the fuutorv
that makes Mine of the best men's
Hum in the wyrld.
l w .wp -
Be Indulged in By a Jury m its
Efforts to Reach a Decision
Justic Moore of the Supreme Court
Strikes a Blow at the Practice or
The decision of the circuit court in
state vs. F. S. Ivanhoo, appeal from
Union county was reversed and new
trial ordered; opinion by Mooro, justice.
Ivanhoo was indicted for tho crime of
assault with intent to kill, by shooting
one B. C. Greig, In Wallowa county.
Tho trial judge went a little too far In
lecturing the Jury on their duty to
uttreo and tho result was a compromise.
Sneaking of arriving at a verdict In
criminal trial Justsce Mooro says:
"Hero should no thought of compro
mise 1)0 tolerated. Before tho state can
fairly demand tho c6nvlctlon .and pun
ishment of an alleged criminal, the
twelve jurors should each bo led from
tho testimony to a clear conviction of
his guilt; and where bIx jurors believe
a defendant guilty of murder, and six
bellovo him innocent of any offense, It
Is an outrago for twelve to bring In a
compromise verdict of guilty of man
slaughter. We fear that something of
this kind occurred in tills case and that
tho charge above quoted was mulnly
Instrumental in producing this result."
Thomrs Schneider vs. James II Hutch
inson, appeal from Union county,
nfllrnicd. Opinion by Bean, justice.
I). Grunt Healo ct al. vs. William Hlte
et ux., upitellants, apiteal from Coot
county, alllrimed. Opinion by Hean,
Town of Klamath palls vs. I.lpinnn
Sacks, afllrmed. Opinion by Wolverton,
First Nat. bank of Hlllsboro vs. Liz
zie A. and W. A. Mack, appellants, uji
leal from Washington county, roversed.
Opinion by Wolverton, ciilef justice.
Kuchol Hilts, respondents vs. Freeman
S, and Mary A. Lurid, ajtpellants, apjteal
from Union county. Argued and sub
mitted. MARION COUNTY NEWS.
Dunnes Being Transacted at the Coutt
Tho final account of J. W. Whttlock,
administrator of tho the estuto of John
B. Hoffman, deceased, bus been up
proved anil the administrator dis
In the matter of tho estate of P. S.
ItichoH, deceased, J. H. Hlohes, uriiuln
Istrutor, petitions tliathu Ito allowed, to
mortgage certain land belonging to tho
estate, at 0 per cent Interest, to pay off
mi existing debt which draws 8 jter cent,
and It Is so orriored.
F. W. Durbln, sheriff, to J. M. Gross,
sheriff's deed on execution to 18 acres lit
the d 1 u of John Biuun and wife, sec 7
t8s r!2 west.
Brown, Wrightinun it Meyers, and A.
0. Condlt, attorneys for Jefferson
Meyers, udmlulstrutor do bonis lion of
the A. I). Itisdon estate, on Saturday
filed In the county clerk's olllco a notice
of appeal In the case of tho contested
claim of tho Hindoo heirs against tho S.
It, Hummer ustute, Involving alsjut
$0,500, which was recently adversely de
cided by County Judge (1. P. Terrell.
John Hoofer, et al., vs. A. Choquotto
et ul wits the title of n foreclosure suit
filed ' Iu the circuit court Saturduy.
Judgment Is usked for 1,000 with 10 per
cent Interest from June 18, 18111, and
the foreclosure of a mortgage on 325.81
acres In t 4 r, r - w. is ulso linked. The
amount is alleged to tto due on a promis
sory note for $3,500, executed on June
18, 1878, by A. Cluxiuotto in favor of J-
li. r. riette ami ulteiwunls ussigiuM to
Marshal Gibson Sunday arrestd two
young men for fust riiling of wheels.
They were brought before Recorder Ju
riah this morning, ami after exam
luutloii deposited $2.50 each for
their sport. As the wheeling season Is
now fully on, riders are upt to ltecomo
Indifferent to the law and grow some
what carolamt nbout-thelr siieed. The
ollluors will hereafter keep a close
lookout and all violators of thu city's
orriiurnco on this subject will be duly ur
rosted. Justice Coutt,
As wo go to press Justice Johnson is
engaged iu unraveling the mysteries of
tho easo of C. B. Fpdegraff vs. the
Young Men's Investment Co , whereby
the former seeks to reooor a $10 divi
dend ulleged to be due him as a stock.
holder of the latter,
Our Sundry Stock. '
Don't forgot for tt minute that we
uiwuvs ltao a big Hint of vory kind
of bieyalo sundries, and that we're
iuwuvh at tlie bottom of the market
attiHirio today are Mllfm; low-
is ute price are
ilHM. hilt UK nllu
are not slashing ltricos. but
tuimuiwuys -ngni. Ami we uro
willing to compare price with uuv
Oil lamps from $1 up. Gas Iaiiiim,
$, 3. and $3.50. Carbide in bulk i
IN. 'J6o. Bring your own tn.
lkvst grndo lamp oil, miart, HV.
Bring your ow 11 bottle. .Net carrier
for the bar tXVs. Foot pumps 12-lnoh
oOe. Cyolometers, best kfnri 76V.
ami $1, wrvmches,a6o. up, satldUts,
.. 1. . ...... .,.... : . ""
iwwiiw, "i sniputio, comein, en
uiiud, Unm, ottsings. Inner aulKw,
and all the vory day things alwavs
?0I COMMERCIAL street
a song on Alger.
Sung at a eupper given in honor of
the committee apttafnted to Investigate
the the beef question.)
Though whitewash tnnr not alwy oleanie,
We know that dirt dtfile;
Than if we csn't make Alger white
We'll btocken General Miles.
Bo bring along a pot of tar,
Or anything that'i black:
We'll cJab It on the general's face,
An ponr It down hli bock.
We'll tell the people he's a fool,
Unworthy of belief,
And It m all a lie ho told
About that embalmed boc
We'll decorate the wholo affair
With aticy colored pHlut,
Until the world at large Ixllere
That Algeriia a Mint.
And when our list report 1 made,
Of thin you may be nurc,
That Kagan'a pockets will 1m full,
And Alger conscience pure.
T H EYW E R EL E FT.
Turn Vereln Excursionists Put off the
About 1G0 of the Turn Vereln excur
sionists wero leftover In Albany Sun
day, tho train pulling out ahead of
tho time set for leaving. They got on
board tho morning overland to return
to Portland, where most of them re
sided. The conductor discovered that
none of them had money to pay fare
and when about a half a mile nut from
Albany stopjied the. train and iolitely
asked them to get off. His wish was
compiled with. This Is the way It
hupiicncd: Many of them went out to
the depot to see the first section pass
and while there it was announced that
tho second section would leave In a few
minutes, it did not give time for those
remaining in town to take the train.
All hotel uccomodutiono wero exhausted
by visitors from the surrounding coun
try which necessitated both fmen and
women walking the streets until day
light. Most of tho excursionists were de
termined to take itossesslon of the
steamer Ituth this morning when it
Lots of sweot peng and other flowers
at Glllingham's, floral designs a spec
iality. The Journal Circulates.
A Salem contractor, who was recently
mentioned in connection with doing
Bomo elovatorund millconatructlon work
received letters from a largo milling
company in California, enquiring ubout
prices Mid plans for elevators and mill
contract work. The uuntlciiiun was
quite surprised to hear from his insig
nificant mention iu connection with the
elevator work. Wo mention this to
show that, ho tlio mention over so
slight, It pays to como before the pub
lic in a live puiier. The Jorunal is read
from Maine to California.
Going In Business.
Frank Hollls will go Into the furniture
business at Salem' In the near future, oc
cupying a storeroom on either Commer
cial or State street, with a $7,000 stock
of goods. Ho Is now selecting n location
and preparing for business.
Memorial Day Excursion.
The Woodburn oxcursion train will
leave Salem for Fortlund at 0:45 a. m.
Mejnorlal day. Tickets for Salem at
Southern Pacillc passenger depot $1.50
for the round trip, lloturn on any train
up to Saturday night, June !l,
Go to Gillinghani's for your Moral
work, Artistic designs made up at short
The public school at Pendleton will lo
named Field school, hi honor of Kugeno
Field, the Chicago poet, who died a few
Base Ball or Cricket.
Whether you nluv baseball or other
enjoy smoking "Little
WILLAMETTE HOTEL ARRIVALS
W W Burger, Henry Wolf, W A
Gllmore, John L Mitchell, Adams S
Collins, Sau FrauciiKCo; J V Clark and
wife, W Grace, Mr and Mrs W McGiu
ids, J B Fithiun, G B Bush, A C Patter
on, Mrs Woodunl, II. II. Payne, F.d
gur, Fred Ilesso. Portland; T T Geer
and sou, Salem; Hurry F.lutcr, Geo
Strnehon, Mux Levy, New York; M
Adams, J II llutchlson.Seuttle; Joe
Kopeeky, F F Buggerly, Chicago; 1
308 Commercial Street,
Hero yon cun buy 1-adtes' Fiench Kid
Button Shoos for $3, worth $4. Boston
Shoe Company, 4 16 tf
Farmers living south of Pendleton
complain that tho Russian thistle is
gaining great headway, and that unless
the law recently jwu.setl is enforced, the
thistle will become very annoying.
Brick and Tile.
A fresh kiln of choice brick just
opened. Also siuorior tiling of all
sfivvs, lcst made. Cull on or address
J. K. MUKPHY.
5-lMdAw 1 m Fuir Grounds, Or.
Thu new law taxing sheep 2 cents a
head and all real and persona) ,'iuroperty
a quarter of a cent to provide a fund
for a scalp bounty will raise over $200
iu Yamhill county.
Siskiyou Natural Mineral Water. Bot
on earth. Try it. For sale by the cuse
Willamette Hotel. ft 0 t.
Bishop Morris will lay the eornar utone
of the new KpUiopal ohureh at Hepp
nr. The church will bo named All
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
i Kkid You Have Always Bought
Sigaatuw or C&fMi
To cure La Gnpp. ktcp vrtnu. rcUUi
lh fMt. asd Uke Ir. Ml? Ntrtiae.
We carry a great variety of goods
assortment of clothing for men
First-class goods at the lowest possible price
is our motto.
Cor. Commercial and State Streets,
All G. A. It. and families are cordially
invited to attend a dinner, after services
at cemetery on Memorial Bay, at 0. A.
It. Hull, kIvuii by Sedgwick W. It. C.
No. 1. All visiting members urn in
vited. Don't Go Barefooted
When you can buy children's School
Shoes at 75 cents, worth $1.50, at Bos
ton Shoe Company, I!08 Commercial
street, near the postofllce. I 15 tf
Handsome as a June Rose.
and as dainty ns a forget-me-not, are the
decorations on our lino lHireolaln China
and English poeoluin dinner ware. We
uro offering bargains in China and berrv
sets, ice ereuni seta, that are hi till
tie latest tuigns nnri prettiest decora
THE G ROGER
124 StMo st Telephone 51
"" w nryi ry vr vrrrrrrr
Genu; PnwdiOiiUSIieiMlS: worth $4
$!oo. f ShHU lli6j "
Boys' sVlwol SImhw 75o ; worth $1.60.
Men s and Lubes' Carpet Slippers 86c!
308 Commercial St. J
Near Postoffice, Salem. O
k k m.
lMi 4li lifi H H U n 11 in
CAN BE FOUND AT
FRIEDMAN'S NEW RACKET.
Can be purchased at Friedman's New Racket
and save considerable thereby Remember
we have no fancy prices, we give no pres
ents as an inducement, we run no lottery,
but we give you better goods for your
money than elsewhere Large lines of Dry
Goods; Fancy Goods, Ladies' and Children's .
Furnishing Goods, Laces, Embroideries,
Notions, etc Be sure and trade at
Font cheap coffee we GUARANTEE
that our l'Jjjj cent grade is better than
the package coffee, it is a SOUNDER
berry, better FLAVOR and FRESHER.
But our CRESENT BLEND at 15 cents
per iound is by far bettor yet, and only
L'K cents more. Try a pound ; and lot
coffee sjieak for Itwlf. If not as adver
tised bring it back. Coffee roasted twice
Mil iRhest. prices paid fnrull kinds tt
of metal, bottles, rone, sacks. rai
VJuldes, etc. 130 COURT STREETS'
Give us a call. 3 10 I in tt
$ J- D. RUBENSTEIN, )
I California Junk Shop I
M UlKlient price U for oll metM. bottle, tt
TIT' Hi mint iu ' v.
ONLY ONE WEEK MORE
!o r .. . .
nT, """JiS T roet, will .remain bore in
"" '"co oi mat stock of flim
MUt HWl Will be SOld tlwn rMll, . . .
any Shoos awavT ThXuTSS .f1 (oriWe nQvor oa"y
faoturors ami can i i gl Vlfl Vlui '8niber we are manu-
Only 1 Week
Our Headquarters here are at
I "" - -r
Contracts entered into for future
delivery 01 i'ir ami Oak Wood
at country prices.
0. S. BENTLEY and
310 FRONT . STREET.
95 STATE STREET.
Just received 11 full stock or LuufeV
unci Gents Spring and
Will be pleaded to show patrons our
stock und Kuanntee satisr.u.iinn n
, every purchase. Prices tlio lowest.
Ladios' Frongh Kid Shoes $2 j orth 4$
98 State St
Alii At At Ik ai 1,1 t h lt it
a 11 11 a. 4iAiAii.ii 11 .
fc J1 u At U A